With just three ever sold to the public, it’s hard to believe that two Lamborghini Veneno coupes are currently on the used car market. The latest to surface only has 85 miles on the clock and is said to be the first of the three Veneno coupes.
Volvo has launched a range-topping version of its XC90 equipped with four seats and priced at more than $100k. BMW has since confirmed that its upcoming X7 full-size SUV will also have a four-seat option and six-figure pricing.
Porsche is ready to defend its World Endurance Championship title with an updated version of its 919 Hybrid race car. Interestingly, Porsche has revealed that the 919 Hybrid features an 800-volt electrical system similar to what the automaker will introduce in its electric car based on the Mission E concept.
You'll find all of these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
Another Lamborghini Veneno turns up for sale
BMW confirms extra-luxurious, four-seat X7
2016 Porsche 919 Hybrid Le Mans Prototype revealed: Video
Honda quietly asked Takata for new airbags in 2009, didn't notify NHTSA
Mercedes-AMG GT R faster than SLS Black Series, may top 911 GT3 RS
As Model 3 approaches, Audi exec says: "Tesla did everything right"
Ford rolls out 2016 F-150 MVP edition pickup truck
2016 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque review
2017 Toyota Prius Prime preview: Video
Sugarcane, modified to produce oil, promises better biodiesel